It’s not every day an alien invader is sent against his own will to colonize the human home planet of Earth.
The Middle East offers the world of revolutionary technologies which are advancing the use of clean energy in culture and lifestyle.
Laughzilla thought it would be good to remind everyone about the leading varieties of alternative energy technologies and assets commonly available today, including: Solar, Wind, Water, Bio Energy, and the ships of the deserts, Camels.
So was this MidEast Clean Tech Cartoon borne by humor.
In the Middle of March, Bashar Assad kept up his killing spree, offing his own subjects at a rate of 30 or so a day, estimates indicated.
Here, the iconic American leader of historic legacy is framed by the “Miss Me Yet?” question.
As March Madness approaches, there are a lot of math and science geniuses who try with all all their skills to calculate the winners and losers of the NCAA basketball championships. This year, 2012, being no different, Laughzilla penned this full color #occupymarchmadness editorial cartoon illustrating the fail attempt by one particular mad scientist on the hardwood court who is sure that he was right, despite failing to make an easy shot to the net.
First published on The Daily Dose, along with a list of top ten mad scientist jokes.
So it happens that the Gregorian calendar must adjust itself by having an extra day every four years. If not, it would be out of sync with the orbit around the Sun. Of course, it’s not as looney as the lunar calendars that adjust nearly every year, like the Jewish calendar, or those that don’t and just go out of sync, like the Muslim calendar.
In any case, this Leap Year, Laughzilla penned this hilarious editorial cartoon for the #OccupyLeapYear movement, which opposes the notion of the top 1% of time controllers, controlling more than half the time of the other 99%.
However you count your time, the first time the Occupy Leap Year cartoon appeared was in the February 29, 2012 edition of The Daily Dose accompanied by the Top Ten Leap Year jokes.
So it happens that in the record of history, the American pop star diva was laid to rest at the same time that the President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, was slaughtering more of his Syrian subjects.
Despite the unlikely combination of the two stories, Laughzilla found a way to do just that with this diva / dictator editorial cartoon for the bitter pill webcomic at The Daily Dose in this classic Assad / Houston cartoon.
By the way, if you don’t yet own your own copy of The Daily Dose editorial cartoon books, you might want to, with this caveat: The humor kills and the illustrations are to die for.
February 2nd, All Over Again
In the Winter of 2012, Punxatawney Phil was once again ritually required by the grand poobahs of that small Pennsylvania town to once again put his prodigious propheteering to prognosticate the seasonal forecast.
Would Winter want with the break of day? Or would the world’s most famous groundhog see his shadow and return to his sleepy time for another six weeks?
Laughzilla put the occasion to paper with this Occupy Shadows cartoon along with a Top 10 #OccupyShadows jokes list.
Well, wouldn’t you know it, he saw his shadow. Yes, the Winter of 2012 was destined tor last, and last, and last another six whole weeks. So sayeth the repetitive rodent of Bill Murray fame.
Now that you’re tucked away for the season, why not crawl out from under your rock and download a copy of Themes, Memes and Laser Beams, or another classic collectible cartoon book from The Daily Dose series.
It’s a bird … It’s a sign … It’s a classic car window sign on a bird carrying a baby bundle to its new parents.
Laughzilla drew this Baby On Bird cartoon for The Daily Dose back at the end of January 2012.
We hope it takes you to dizzying new heights of humor, as it did for our interns.
Once you put the kid down and are in control of your laugh reflex again, head on over to The Daily Dose Shop where you can find this and many other hilarious things to light up your life, or the life of friends and loved ones, including funny Tees and onesies bearing the bodacious baubles of the most widely loved and politely despised web comic strip of them all.
Well here it is. The new year. 2012. The year that sees the end of the last Mayan calendar.
And just when you thought a dead civilization had run out of things to say, The Daily Dose published this non sequitur cartoon about what light bulbs think of.
You might say it’s iconic. We think it’s ironic. Whatever your tonic, don’t switch off the lights before you see what’s shining for 2012 from the pen and paper laughs from Laughzilla.
And naturally, once you’re done laughing it up, get yourself (or get a friend) a copy of The Daily Dose Editorial Cartoon Books and spread the good cheer around.